Find out more about the Leeds SCITT Drama course.
Successful candidates will gain experience in a range of dramatic styles and a variety of examination specifications. The Drama curriculum at Cockburn is regularly evaluated to ensure the most up to date professional developments and current arts-specific teaching approaches are implemented. The Drama department at Cockburn are passionate about utilising a vocational approach to delivering key skills in Drama. Students regularly engage with professional artists in a variety of disciplines to ensure a wider perspective of the arts profession.
The Drama SCITT course is a PGCE course, with trainees spending more time training in secondary schools than on traditional PGCE courses.
Trainees with engaging personalities, creativity and a depth of general subject knowledge will build on their existing skills to start their career as teachers of this unique and powerful subject. Leeds SCITT is committed to ensuring the very best for the future of drama education by training dynamic and exciting new teachers now.
With a smaller cohort than many other Drama ITT courses, Leeds SCITT offers a very personal training experience where trainees are nurtured and given the best tools to become successful teachers.
Ready to Apply? Our course codes for UCAS are: 2LYK for SCITT (L26).
What advice would you give to applicants when they are deciding who to train with? Look at school's reputations and passions for your subject.
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